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Outlook - How can I make my OWN Calendar read-only

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by balla, Jan 28, 2002.

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  1. balla

    balla Thread Starter

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    Several of our execs can't be trusted to actually manage the updating of their own of Calendar, and so their P.A.'s want to conduct all the maintenence themselves, giving ONLY Read-Only access to the actual owners of the calendar.

    Windows 95, Exchange 5.5, Outlook 97

    Help Wanted !

    Thanks,
    Andy
     
  2. MsPCGenius

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    If you have Exchange, all of this can be setup by your Email Administrator.
     
  3. balla

    balla Thread Starter

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    Leslie:

    Thanks for the direction. Our Exhange server admin is the guy in Finance ! The system configorators / installers are long since gone.

    I can see it's got to do with Permissions and Roles but how do I set up a (custom ?) Role for "Read-Only" users ?

    Andy
     
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  5. balla

    balla Thread Starter

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    DoyceJ:

    Thanks for the link, but what I need is the REVERSE situation, i.e:

    DELEGATE needs full permissions to the Calendar but
    OWNER needs read only permissions / role

    Thanks,
    Andy
     
  6. DoyceJ

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    :)

    Sorry, thats all I got.
     
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